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Round and Round in City Squares

Round and Round in City Squares

Round and Round in City Squares You can’t help it. All new cities you visit, you’ll end up going round and round in their city squares.  A city square defines a city. During my travels, a few that have impressed me are Tiananmen Square in Beijing, Main Square in Krakow, Red Square in Moscow and Covent Garden in London. I invited a few serious travellers to share their favourite city squares. Here’s their take!  Piazza San Pietro, Rome, Italy Simone Lye|The Aussie…

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Travelove Series 7 – Spray Stockings

Travelove Series 7 – Spray Stockings

…came to a building that looked like a shabby mall. I made my way up to the 4th floor (there was no lift in the building) and found myself in the lingerie section.

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Travelove Series 2 – A Warm Smile and a Panda!

Travelove Series 2 – A Warm Smile and a Panda!

Travelove Series is about the smiles I have gathered during my travels. I consciously look for Travelove during my travels. Travelove Series 2 – A Warm Smile and a Panda Another one from Beijing: I had asked my hotel concierge to mark out the Metro station nearest to the Beijing Zoo on a Metro map that was in Chinese language. I wanted to see a panda. After alighting at the marked station, I felt lost as I didn’t know which…

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Travelove Series 1 – Peking Duck

Travelove Series 1 – Peking Duck

Travelove Series is about the smiles I have gathered during my travels. I consciously look for Travelove during my travels. Here is the first post around that. Travelove Series 1 – Peking Duck I was tired and hungry after combing through the Hutongs in Beijing. I had walked, rode on rickshaw, walked yet again, gone to a Hutong resident’s house, visited the drum and the bell tower and had walked some more. After navigating the maze called the Hutongs, I…

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